Views From Jamaican Trail Run

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My Wife Showing She Still Have It

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As the colder air start passing over the moist land causing a haze as a result of the fog created, this is the time we normally begin our trail run on a Saturday morning. The air is moist filled with dew as we set off on our morning trial run.

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We start with a small hill climb towards the towering coconut tress in the back ground.

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Passing a local fruit that we locals call Sweet Sop, if you look closely in the pic above you can see a young fruit on its way to maturity. Sweet sop is a grainy textured, nutty but sweet fruit as the name suggest.

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We pass by some orange groves. These fruits are used to produce Jamaica's Number 1 Fruit Juice

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More Orange Trees

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We then pass this lake where the water is as green as the lush vegetation it sits between.

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A beautiful leaf that we could not run by without taking a quick snap. Absolutely Beautiful

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We now run towards an S-Bend with banana trees in the corner and more coconut trees towering over them.

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Our run comes to an end at what they called the "werks yaad" in local dialect or works yard in English where we are greeted by the water roaring over a small dam.

At this point we would have completed our 5k run.

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